Television Q&A: Is 'Warrior' returning?
You have questions. I have some answers.Q: There was a show on Cinemax last year (2019) called “Warrior” that I thoroughly enjoyed but, I haven’t seen it come back on the air yet. Would you happen to know what happened to it and whether or not it will be back?A: Based on writings by martial-arts legend Bruce Lee, the series has been picked up for a second season on Cinemax. A May announcement did not include a return date, though some reports have it coming back in October.Q: I love Roma Downey, Della Reese and John Dye on “Touched by an Angel.” Could you please tell me how they are doing toda...
Tribune News Service
5 ways to stay healthy while getting older
As you age, there are many things you can do to maintain your health. While eating well and staying active are some of the more obvious tips, others may not be so plain to see.Below are five tips BIC Magazine compiled from WebMD and Healthline that you can incorporate to remain healthy while getting older.Load up on healthy foodsRather than dieting, older adults should focus on how to eat. Incorporate more vegetables, fruits, nuts and whole grains and eat less butter, fatty meats, sugar and salt.Get movingTry to walk for 30 minutes a day. You can break that into shorter walks if that’s too muc...
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Michael Rand: In NHL and NBA restarts, the best teams will suffer the most
The last few months have taught us plenty of lessons, and the most consistent one might be this: everything is subject to change.This shows up in very serious ways in the midst of a pandemic. In less serious ways, the notion of adjusting on the fly has permeated entities that have typically been change-averse — major United States professional sports leagues.Faced with a choice of getting creative or having no chance at starting (or re-starting) seasons, leagues like the NHL, NBA, MLB and MLS are basically making things up as they go along.A realigned, streamlined schedule? Having all games pl...
Star Tribune (Minneapolis)
Nation and world news briefs
Police report possible sightings of Connecticut homicide suspect as manhunt continuesHARTFORD, Conn. — Police in Pennsylvania say they believe University of Connecticut senior Peter Manfredonia, wanted for two homicides in Connecticut, was spotted in Chambersburg, Pa., Tuesday morning and then used a rideshare service to continue onto Hagerstown, Md.Pennsylvania state police released the information Wednesday afternoon, nearly 30 hours after the sighting occurred.The man matching Manfredonia’s description was seen at a Sheetz convenience store in Chambersburg, just off I-81 in southern Pennsyl...
Tribune News Service
Europe's new recovery plan mustn't ditch its Green New Deal
With the European Investment Bank (EIB) called to the rescue of European economies in the midst of looming economic recession, we call on the bank to face the future and become a more sustainable, transparent and accountable institution.As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to unfold, European governments are developing public stimulus packages to help relaunch their economies and avoid a recession of historic proportions. And the EIB will play a flagship role under the EU recovery package announced by the European Commission’s President yesterday.Firstly, the bank adopted emergency measures and ...
United States passes 100,000 coronavirus deaths as states continue to reopen
The United States blew past another tragic mark in the fight against coronavirus on Wednesday surpassing 100,000 deaths nationwide.The devastating toll, reported by Johns Hopkins University’s Coronavirus Resource Center, is much higher than any other country in the world and vastly exceeds the number of Americans killed in every conflict since the Korean War.The deadly virus originated in Wuhan, China, with the first official case diagnosed on Dec. 1. As the disease spread worldwide, President Donald Trump insisted in January after the first U.S. patient was diagnosed that the nation had it “t...
New York Daily News
NASA and SpaceX postpone their historic astronaut launch to Saturday due to bad weather
ORLANDO, Fla. — With bad weather hovering over the Space Coast Wednesday, SpaceX and NASA had to postpone their return to space until the weekend.The mission plans to take astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley to the International Space Station, the first time in nine years that an American crew has taken off from American soil since the end of the space shuttle program nine years ago.But weather for a crewed mission is a complicated cocktail of different components: How good the weather is at the launch site, at the area in the ocean where SpaceX’s booster lands back after liftoff, and, crit...
Tulsi Gabbard drops defamation suit against Hillary Clinton
Former Democratic presidential hopeful Rep. Tulsi Gabbard dropped her defamation lawsuit against Hillary Clinton Wednesday, citing the coronavirus pandemic and importance of defeating President Trump in November.Gabbard, a Hawaii congresswoman, sued Clinton in January for suggesting she was a “Russian asset” whose candidacy helped Trump’s reelection chances.“While they remain certain of the action’s legal merit, they are just as certain that this new COVID and post-COVID world require them to focus their time and attention on other priorities, including defeating Donald Trump in 2020, rather t...
New York Daily News
Barcelona Head Coach: I’d Love to be Able to Coach Neymar
Barcelona head coach Quique Setien said: I'd love to be able to coach Neymar someday.Barcelona head coach Quique Setien has said that he hopes he can manage current PSG star Neymar someday.Neymar joined PSG from Barcelona in 2017 in a world-record €222 million (£198m/$263m) deal and has been consistently linked with a move back to Camp Nou since moving to Paris.The Brazilian admitted last summer that he wanted to re-join his old side and a move nearly went through before it collapsed near the end of the summer transfer window.Setien is hoping that his side can find a way to bring in their form...
Football Tribe Asia
Montenegro woos tourists to Europe's 'corona-free' corner
Less than two months after detecting its first infection, Montenegro is the first country in Europe to declare itself coronavirus-free, a success story the tiny country hopes will lure tourists to its dazzling Adriatic coast this summer.For weeks hotel staff have been raking empty beaches as the pandemic kept away visitors who would normally be arriving by plane, cruise ship and car this time of year.But finally, there is a sliver of hope after Montenegro announced it no longer has any active cases of COVID-19.Tourism operators have already seized the opportunity to brand Montenegro as "Europe...